STUDENTS WITH FOREIGN EXPOSURE PREFER DOING JOBS IN INDIA
Preferred Choice For Employments In India
According to a Recent Survey, students who have Migrated to Study Overseas have emerged as the most preferred choice for employments in India. It additionally elaborated that around 56% of universities feel that high schools are required to play an important role in the smooth transition of students who migrate to Study Abroad towards Foreign Universities.
Get Right Counseling At Right Age
As the survey shows that the Indian students have not been able to get preference when compared to foreign students due to lack of exposure and right counseling at the correct age.
We really require stepping up the practices of counseling in our country for helping those students who seek to study and work in the foreign markets. Global Tree is among the best Overseas Education Consultants who have been offering world class services to its students who are looking to study abroad.
The survey shows that around 98% of universities feel that more data and counseling at school level will better prepare aspiring students who are looking to study in abroad university or college.
It also highlights that around 58% Of Universities main focus area while communicating with the high schools is relationship building management and around 41% Of Universities confess that focus area is mainly student hiring.
[Read More: Best Universities to Study MBBS in UK ]
Marginal Rise In Enrolment In Foreign Universities
Despite all the latest shifts in various nations. Around 31% of universities have observed that marginal rise in their foreign student enrollment and 45% of those felt that it is similar to the previous year.
Around 46% of educators feel that both students and parents are very stressed with regards to a decision related to a career with 35% of students preferring their parents as their key source in terms of selecting a college to study overseas.
Only 33% of the students take assistance from the Internet. Due to lack of proper college and career counseling, students prefer choosing for traditional courses in India which are still not par with the foreign standards.
Students Choosing Safe Subjects Options
Around 40% students prefer to choose safe subject options like technology, science, maths and engineering which is followed by 22% going for sports, entertainment, and arts and 1% going for finance and business and 17% choosing health and medicine subjects.
There is rising eminence of technology in the field of career counseling and as per 38% Of Students, their counselors utilize few form of technology in guiding them. Global Tree also uses technology in many forms in providing expert guidance to students who choose to Study Abroad.
The World is Not Flat
The foreign political issues and difficulties dont seem to stop aspiring students to migrate overseas. The admission in foreign universities has increased with around 45% of students choosing the US as their overseas education destination, followed by Canada 14%, UK 13%, Australia 10%, South East Asia 8%, and Europe 7%.
Problems in western nations and their economy in a funk, due to non-availability of enough jobs because of the firms not hiring too many and because of the worried governments, all these reasons have been raising the barriers for foreign students to work in their nations.
[Read More: Overseas Education Careers of the Future]
Many students who find difficulty in finding a firm job offer to reside after completing their Abroad Education prefer to return home and due to their exposure in foreign education, they have started getting interesting job offers from many companies.
Each year, over 8,00,000 Indian students migrate overseas to pursue higher education. This costs the nation close to $15 billion of foreign exchange yearly according to estimation. If students are going abroad for education, its because our country has the problem of both quality and capacity.
Although our nation has got world largest education infrastructures, 600 universities and 34,000 colleges with over 17 million students taking admissions and over 5 million students graduating each year.
But this country is witnessing a demographic bulge. Despite that our nation has got worlds largest youth population. Around 100 million students would look to pursue higher education in years to come.
Because of the tough competition, its easy for bright Indian students to gain admission in foreign universities rather than getting admission in our own IITs and IIMs. Since the start of this decade, there has been a rise in a number of students leaving the home country to pursue higher education making it around 5 million students globally.
But the percentage of students leaving to pursue higher education from developed nations also increased.
India Should Learn From China
China was also facing the same problem as India is facing today of Hosting Higher Education due to its quality and capacity issues. China has worked very hard in upgrading its educational institutions.
And Today China has become the third biggest hub after the US and the UK with a huge number of foreign students. By the year 2020, it has expected to host around 5,00,000 Foreign Students.
India lacks much behind in hosting foreign students. If you are looking to Study Overseas, it is recommended that you go with one who got years of experience in the Foreign Education Process.
Global Tree is the Best Study Abroad and Immigration Consultants in India with the team of Expert Counselors available for helping you in your dream education destination.